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A medical conspiracy spirals into murder and fraud in this gripping thriller Has Big Pharma really suppressed a miracle cure for cancer? Feisty journalist Claudia is doubtful until her source is brutally murdered and his papers go missing. ˃˃˃ Hugo’s career in Corporate Finance hangs by a thread. A cancer cure conspiracy would scupper the deal he’s working on, but he ca A medical conspiracy spirals into murder and fraud in this gripping thriller Has Big Pharma really suppressed a miracle cure for cancer? Feisty journalist Claudia is doubtful until her source is brutally murdered and his papers go missing. ˃˃˃ Hugo’s career in Corporate Finance hangs by a thread. A cancer cure conspiracy would scupper the deal he’s working on, but he can’t ignore the facts. After meeting by chance, the unlikely pair embark on a search for the truth that takes them from London to New Jersey to Rio. ˃˃˃ Dark forces are conspiring against them. Plunged into a world of mysterious hedge funds, secret insider trading and unexplained killings, can Hugo and Claudia stay ahead? Can they even stay alive? ˃˃˃ An absorbing medical murder mystery you will not be able to put down! Never Say Sorry is a fast paced medical thriller like you never read before. Become immersed in a thrilling adventure that feels absolutely real, by diving into this exciting page-turner! Scroll up and grab a copy of Never Say Sorry Today!


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A medical conspiracy spirals into murder and fraud in this gripping thriller Has Big Pharma really suppressed a miracle cure for cancer? Feisty journalist Claudia is doubtful until her source is brutally murdered and his papers go missing. ˃˃˃ Hugo’s career in Corporate Finance hangs by a thread. A cancer cure conspiracy would scupper the deal he’s working on, but he ca A medical conspiracy spirals into murder and fraud in this gripping thriller Has Big Pharma really suppressed a miracle cure for cancer? Feisty journalist Claudia is doubtful until her source is brutally murdered and his papers go missing. ˃˃˃ Hugo’s career in Corporate Finance hangs by a thread. A cancer cure conspiracy would scupper the deal he’s working on, but he can’t ignore the facts. After meeting by chance, the unlikely pair embark on a search for the truth that takes them from London to New Jersey to Rio. ˃˃˃ Dark forces are conspiring against them. Plunged into a world of mysterious hedge funds, secret insider trading and unexplained killings, can Hugo and Claudia stay ahead? Can they even stay alive? ˃˃˃ An absorbing medical murder mystery you will not be able to put down! Never Say Sorry is a fast paced medical thriller like you never read before. Become immersed in a thrilling adventure that feels absolutely real, by diving into this exciting page-turner! Scroll up and grab a copy of Never Say Sorry Today!

30 review for Never Say Sorry: A Fast Paced Medical and Financial Conspiracy Thriller

  1. 5 out of 5

    Terry Tyler

    I was pretty impressed with this; the plot is very well put together, with few of the traits so often to be found in a debut novel. I was interested in the subject matter anyway, ie, a conspiracy to prevent the widespread knowledge about a cure for cancer, much of which I am sure goes on. It was obvious that Ms Edmunds is well versed in the ways of the high-flying financial world, too. The whole story was very convincing. A clever plot is nothing without great characters, of course, and although I was pretty impressed with this; the plot is very well put together, with few of the traits so often to be found in a debut novel. I was interested in the subject matter anyway, ie, a conspiracy to prevent the widespread knowledge about a cure for cancer, much of which I am sure goes on. It was obvious that Ms Edmunds is well versed in the ways of the high-flying financial world, too. The whole story was very convincing. A clever plot is nothing without great characters, of course, and although I found some of them a little one dimensional, one of the two main characters, Hugo, a reluctant and atypical city boy, was marvellously portrayed, and carried the whole book, making it more than just a thriller. He was very likeable and I found myself pleased when I got to more 'Hugo bits'. If you like stories with plenty going on and no superfluous detail, especially those about the world of high finance, I'd say this should be right up your street. Well done, Ms Edmunds!

  2. 4 out of 5

    Joel Hames

    A fascinating, pacy and hugely enjoyable thriller. Claudia and Hugo are wonderful protagonists - each engaging, in their own way, but flawed, confused and tremendously frustrating on occasion. The cast of subordinate characters is strong and diverse, with none of the stock villains or guardian angels that so often ruin an otherwise great plot. Indeed, the range of potential villains adds a clever element of social commentary to the novel - as with John Lanchester's "Capital", nobody is entirely A fascinating, pacy and hugely enjoyable thriller. Claudia and Hugo are wonderful protagonists - each engaging, in their own way, but flawed, confused and tremendously frustrating on occasion. The cast of subordinate characters is strong and diverse, with none of the stock villains or guardian angels that so often ruin an otherwise great plot. Indeed, the range of potential villains adds a clever element of social commentary to the novel - as with John Lanchester's "Capital", nobody is entirely without sin, and those sins, to a greater or lesser extent, drive the fears, ambitions, errors and plans that underpin an intriguing plot. As with Concealment, I'd recommend this book to anyone with an interest in intelligent, well-thought out thrillers.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Jeannie Walker

    There's nothing wrong with liking the good life - unless you are broke. That's the case with the corporate financier Hugo Fleming. Claudia Knight is a journalist looking for a big scoop. She gets a tip that a pharmaceutical giant has quashed a natural cancer cure. Claudia's source that had the proof of the cure is killed in a hit-and-ran accident or was it an accident? For different reasons, Hugo and Claudia both start searching for the proof to find out if there was a cancer cure being kept sec There's nothing wrong with liking the good life - unless you are broke. That's the case with the corporate financier Hugo Fleming. Claudia Knight is a journalist looking for a big scoop. She gets a tip that a pharmaceutical giant has quashed a natural cancer cure. Claudia's source that had the proof of the cure is killed in a hit-and-ran accident or was it an accident? For different reasons, Hugo and Claudia both start searching for the proof to find out if there was a cancer cure being kept secret by the pharmaceutical giant BEP. But, they both have trouble believing what is right in front of them. (Kinda like eyes wide open but eyelids are shut!) The two opposites become attracted to each other but can't seem to keep from feuding. They soon find themselves on a mysterious trail with lots of dark things going down and unwittingly wind up in danger of losing their own lives. It is a good plot and good writing, but I couldn't quite get the proposed explanation made on the basis of limited evidence as a starting point for further investigation. That said, I think others should read "Never Say Sorry" to see what you think. It just might be the cure you've been waiting for to get over the throes of winter blues. Jeannie Walker - Award Winning Author of "Fighting the Devil" - A True Story of Consuming Passion, Deadly Poison, and Murder

  4. 5 out of 5

    DeAnna Knippling

    A romantic thriller about the intersection between corporate finance and cancer research. The book has several strengths going for it - this may sound strange, but being from the US, I found the accents in the voices of the book added a lot of charm - the ups and downs of the relationship were almost comically believable (definitely a case of "true love" not running smoothly), the financial and journalistic aspects rang true, and the characters had real life to them. But the thiller aspects of th A romantic thriller about the intersection between corporate finance and cancer research. The book has several strengths going for it - this may sound strange, but being from the US, I found the accents in the voices of the book added a lot of charm - the ups and downs of the relationship were almost comically believable (definitely a case of "true love" not running smoothly), the financial and journalistic aspects rang true, and the characters had real life to them. But the thiller aspects of the book had one point that annoyed me - the plot depended on people not believing the evidence in front of their eyes, and it's a pet peeve of mine. I hate it when the only reason a plot works is that the non-main characters consistently fail to believe that increasing stacks of evidence aren't, perhaps, more than coincidence...until the very, very end of the book, when it's dramatically nice to have everyone converge at one point. I was thinking about giving the book three stars - but, in all honesty, I finished the book in two enjoyable sittings, so it must not have bothered me that much.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Luciana Cavallaro

    I do enjoy a conspiracy story and this book didn’t fail to deliver. Ms Edmunds strong knowledge of the finance world is evident in the story-line and the portrayal of the characters. The two main characters were easy to visualise and relate to, though I must admit to disliking Hugo Fleming for being a twat however, his naivety and ignorance did work well with the plot. I have some understanding about insider trading but learnt a lot from reading the story and the added twist with the pharmaceutic I do enjoy a conspiracy story and this book didn’t fail to deliver. Ms Edmunds strong knowledge of the finance world is evident in the story-line and the portrayal of the characters. The two main characters were easy to visualise and relate to, though I must admit to disliking Hugo Fleming for being a twat however, his naivety and ignorance did work well with the plot. I have some understanding about insider trading but learnt a lot from reading the story and the added twist with the pharmaceutical dealings was well researched and plotted. If you like delving into the world of finance, corrupt transactions and intrigue at every turn, this is a must read.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Bobbie Darbyshire

    I thoroughly enjoyed this fast-moving, well-written debut crime thriller, set with humour and surefooted lightness of touch in the working worlds of hedge funds, corporate finance and pharmaceutical giants. The book's greatest pleasure for me was the duo of flawed but endearing heroes: Claudia, a young black journalist determined never to apologise, and Hugo, a hapless financial analyst out of control of his love-life and credit cards. Attracted to each other but unable to co-exist without rowin I thoroughly enjoyed this fast-moving, well-written debut crime thriller, set with humour and surefooted lightness of touch in the working worlds of hedge funds, corporate finance and pharmaceutical giants. The book's greatest pleasure for me was the duo of flawed but endearing heroes: Claudia, a young black journalist determined never to apologise, and Hugo, a hapless financial analyst out of control of his love-life and credit cards. Attracted to each other but unable to co-exist without rowing, they are drawn into investigating a series of unexplained deaths and soon feel the danger themselves. A book I couldn't put down, and a writer to watch!

  7. 4 out of 5

    Riziki

    This book is amazingly written, fast-paced and is interestingly unique and ever so different to other books in its genre. I really liked the science elements and the complicated plot. The insights into the daily life of a journalist and somebody who works in corpral finance and the romance that takes place between them is just fantastic! Amazing!

  8. 4 out of 5

    Stephanie

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  9. 4 out of 5

    Kathleen Quinn

    An unusual medical/financial story This book was confusing at times, but the main character was likeable and kept me reading. The twisted plot was finally resolved and the ending was pleasing!

  10. 4 out of 5

    C. Baccari

    Just okay Not a bad story, but it was a little bit boring at times. Our had it's moments, so I kept reading. Just okay Not a bad story, but it was a little bit boring at times. Our had it's moments, so I kept reading.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Geoffrey West

    Thrilling, informative mystery, with lovable protagonists This is a conspiracy theory thriller with a difference. When an elderly research scientist threatens to expose the fact that a pharmaceutical company suppressed a cure for cancer years ago, all manner of skeletons start rattling in cupboards all over the world. The key protagonists are sexy sassy and decidedly feisty young journalist Claudia Knight (let’s hope we see more of her in future novels) and posh boy handsome Hugo, who has faults Thrilling, informative mystery, with lovable protagonists This is a conspiracy theory thriller with a difference. When an elderly research scientist threatens to expose the fact that a pharmaceutical company suppressed a cure for cancer years ago, all manner of skeletons start rattling in cupboards all over the world. The key protagonists are sexy sassy and decidedly feisty young journalist Claudia Knight (let’s hope we see more of her in future novels) and posh boy handsome Hugo, who has faults aplenty, but is essentially lovable, hopeless in some ways, but underneath his inadequate exterior is someone who is decent, resourceful, kind and has integrity. This unlikely pair, working both alone and together, begin to unravel the mystery, that spreads in all kinds of unexpected directions, in London, New York and Brazil. I don’t know much about big business, hedge funds, takeover bids and so on, but Ms Edmonds obviously does, and she introduces facets of high stakes business arrangements and dirty deals with pizzazz and style. So that takeover bids, venture capital and ‘due diligence’ research and other such things are explained in a no nonsense, unobtrusive interesting way, so that you’re never ever bored and always informed with crystal clarity. Be ready for a dark devious plot with lots of twists and surprises, several murders and a attractive hero and heroine who plunge into and out of many difficult scrapes. Going into more details might spoil the story, so it’s easiest just to say that if you enjoy cleverly crafted conspiracy mystery thrillers, with lots of thrills and surprises, this is for you. The protagonists are attractive, flawed in many ways, but unlike in some thrillers, you care about them and you really want them to succeed. It’s an easy read, accessible and thoroughly enjoyable. I hear that Ms Edmonds’s is writing a second novel and I cannot wait to read it.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Elizabeth Lloyd

    Set in the world of corporate finance, Never Say Sorry could easily be very confusing to the average reader, but the ten characters who play major parts in the plot are all clearly drawn personalities, even if their motives are deliberately obtuse. I particularly liked Brad, the global CEO of BEP Pharmaceuticals who made sure that he met his security consultant, Wayne, in various New Jersey diners so that he could eat the junk food denied him by his wife. The heroine, Claudia is a larger than lif Set in the world of corporate finance, Never Say Sorry could easily be very confusing to the average reader, but the ten characters who play major parts in the plot are all clearly drawn personalities, even if their motives are deliberately obtuse. I particularly liked Brad, the global CEO of BEP Pharmaceuticals who made sure that he met his security consultant, Wayne, in various New Jersey diners so that he could eat the junk food denied him by his wife. The heroine, Claudia is a larger than life, vibrant but prickly journalist, who intends to be noticed and to make her mark in her chosen career. In contrast the hero, Hugh, is a rather wet behind the ears, lazy, pleasure-loving accountant. And yet his failings make him likeable. These two disparate characters are paired up, by accident of fate, against their initial instincts, to investigate pharmaceutical and financial fraud. As they stumble towards the truth, they are both in grave danger as intrigue and deception leads to a thrilling conclusion.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Diana Febry

    I thoroughly enjoyed this read and recommend it to lovers of fast paced thrillers. The complex plot is intriguing with plenty of twists and turns. The action is based around the suppression of research to ensure a successful take over by a pharmaceutical company. With the involvement of insider trading and hedge fund companies there's pressure for it all to go smoothly whatever it takes, including murder. I was very impressed with how the author kept on top of the different players while still ke I thoroughly enjoyed this read and recommend it to lovers of fast paced thrillers. The complex plot is intriguing with plenty of twists and turns. The action is based around the suppression of research to ensure a successful take over by a pharmaceutical company. With the involvement of insider trading and hedge fund companies there's pressure for it all to go smoothly whatever it takes, including murder. I was very impressed with how the author kept on top of the different players while still keeping up a smooth, fast pace. The reason I love this book however is the characters and the interaction between them. There's a full cast of interesting and wonderfully flawed characters from the frustratingly naïve and spoilt, the feisty and headstrong to the cold and calculating manipulators. Each character, including the minor ones is portrayed consistently. Great read.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Elizabeth

    Greatly enjoyed this book. Partly set in NJ, where I live, so I kept picturing those locales as close to home - lots of fun! My idea of a great whodunit is not being able to identify the villain until the Big Reveal at the end, and that's the case for this book - Rose Edmunds keeps us guessing up to the last. Now I'm eagerly awaiting Ms Edmund's next novel... Greatly enjoyed this book. Partly set in NJ, where I live, so I kept picturing those locales as close to home - lots of fun! My idea of a great whodunit is not being able to identify the villain until the Big Reveal at the end, and that's the case for this book - Rose Edmunds keeps us guessing up to the last. Now I'm eagerly awaiting Ms Edmund's next novel...

  15. 5 out of 5

    Mary

  16. 5 out of 5

    ROGER F WATERHOUSE

  17. 5 out of 5

    Doris-Maria

  18. 4 out of 5

    james harper

  19. 4 out of 5

    carmel curran

  20. 4 out of 5

    Elaine

  21. 4 out of 5

    daniel r toll

  22. 4 out of 5

    Jenny Burnley

  23. 4 out of 5

    Fleur Miron

  24. 4 out of 5

    Debbie

  25. 5 out of 5

    Helen Tobin

  26. 5 out of 5

    Tom Barry

  27. 5 out of 5

    Mrs Helen Henderson

  28. 5 out of 5

    Mrs Anna Sim

  29. 4 out of 5

    ClaireMS

  30. 5 out of 5

    Colleen Fowler

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